Daxton's Plotters Jun 12, 2017 21:40:18 GMT -5
Post by Enzo Teagan Savage on Jun 12, 2017 21:40:18 GMT -5
This adopted little ball of edge is shy and combative, straying away from contact in a lot of cases, and usually having some sort of sarcastic remark for anything anyone has to say to him. Usually, when he is alone, silence grips the room, or the sound of a piano can be heard. He will stop playing if spotted. This virtuoso music student's shy personality really shows through when he's put on the spot, and he'll lock up. He likes to pretend he hates everything, but don't be fooled, he's friendlier than he lets on... albeit his company can be a real downer.
He's had his eyes opened to what war is really like, and while getting over some things can be hard, he's doing relatively well accepting how things are and continuing his job in Plasma on top of his honors school work.
Zeus tries his hardest, he really does, to make those close to him happy and comfortable. But fate (PTSD) always seems to have other plans for him, meaning that he is forced to continue walking a warrior's path, no matter how badly he wanted and still wants to find that someone and settle down. You'd figure a genius would know how to work out of it, yea? No. He has decided to throw all his dreams away and is now turning his head to help combat those who would try to oppress the people. He knows he is beyond redemption, and telling him otherwise will just make him laugh (and crack a pun or two). He'll even look you in the eyes while telling you that his future is filled with hell fire if you want a warm place to stay since you like telling people so much about themselves. So save your puffed up, self righteous speeches for a character that cares cause all you're getting is sarcasm.
He's grown more stable though with the return of his husband, who was long standing in coma. He's still dark and mean, but he's a touch less haunted now that a familiar touch he can trust has returned to him.
Daisuke does his best to try and lift some of the weight off of his little brother's shoulders, but Zeus is always too stubborn. This usually leaves Daisuke in an even grumpier mood. Daisuke is very hard to plot with, and very hard to get along with. Sometimes, it's best if he's just left to his own devices, but if you're feeling brave or stupid, you can try to communicate with this man to see if anything will happen. Note that he is much, much MUCH more reliable to make enemies than he is to make a friend.
Plotting with Thomas can get either a bit on the wild side or a bit on the boring side. His mental illnesses leave a lot open to happen in threads, and honestly, it's best if you read his app before deciding to talk to me about him. I usually don't mind if people don't read the applications for characters, but this one is a very different cut from the others. He can either be one hell of a friend, or one hell of an enemy.
He's a big man, with a crippled brother, a history of being a mixed martial arts champion and he has a daughter he just found out about that he'll protect with his massive fists while eating some strawberry or mango (sometimes both) frozen yogurt. He isn't as dumb as he looks and he's not afraid of much. But sometimes he can be on the dense side around the ones he loves.
She comes from a mountain farm that could only be reached through a mountain pass that started in Snowpoint and ended in snow and ice. She was left with little to no options and works for Plasma against her own morals to keep her father and disabled brother happy and safe. She may not have a higher education, but she does have common sense and is a survivalist that isn't afraid to suplex you into unconsciousness if you cross her or her family.
He's from Anrui and he's got a serious chip on his shoulder. To make things worse, that chip isn't even his favorite flavor. It's Ketchup flavored, everyone knows his favorites are salt and vineger as well as dill pickle. Geez. He doesn't like very many people, and can be difficult to talk to. But he isn't at all self conscious about his face, so he at least won't be in hiding over something like that.
It's been noted, in controlled environments, that his frenzy can become unstoppable if he believes his adoptive mother's life is in danger. It's best to let the frenzy run it's course, and it's even better if the frenzy isn't set off in the first place.
He's been back and forth and all over the place too much for his age, some would say. While he hasn't done nearly as much as Zeus, the trauma of losing your twin can be more than enough to slam you into a pit. He's incredibly short tempered and bears no love for anyone outside of a very select few people. If anything, plotting with this guy is good if you're looking for a fight. He's quick to blow his fuse and it's more than likely that most characters will cut then light it within the first page.
Believe it or not, this guy has been through college and come out the other end a personal trainer, as well as a dietitian. He loves battling, dancing, sports and above all, his family. His father, Abasi and his little brother, Malik, are both incredibly important to him and mean the world to him. All the doctor's appointments for them both can be a little overwhelming, but Darnell never stops smiling. Even when meeting new people, he's got a smile on his face pretty much all of the time and it can be difficult to wipe if off of said face.
LAIKA OF GS!